BY EMILY SNOW
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Setting me on my feet, Oliver’s palms flared over my flat stomach. I shivered—a combination of his touch and the cold metal of the refrigerator against my calves—and he skimmed his teeth over his bottom lip. Stopping at the waist of my skirt, he tugged my white pintuck top free. “I don’t do jealous.” With each word, he undid a button, exposing another inch or two of my skin. “But when I opened that link and saw that picture of you, I wanted to take the first goddamn flight out of New York.” “Why didn’t you just call and ask me?” He freed the last button and stroked his thumb over the hollow of my throat, his breath catching when he traced between the valley of my breasts. Fingering the pretty white bow between the cups of my Agent Provocateur bra, he shook his head. “Because I needed to see your face when I asked you. I wanted to make sure.” “That I wanted you?” “That you weren’t lying to me.”
Emily Snow has given us another gem to read. In UNCOVERED, we have the story of a daughter trying desperately to solve her father's death. It was ruled a heart attack by the coroner but her father was healthy, still young, and full of life. But was it really nature stepping in or was there a nefarious hand at work? There were millions of dollars involved in this inheritance. And why would her father leave her nothing in the will and destitute?
Talk about a who-done-it! It's been 10 years since Gemma's father's death... so what can she possibly find!
This story is also a love story. Chemistry, fate, raw passion, and a man who will not go away all combine to create a steamy romance to enjoy. Oliver and Gemma are adorable together and the banter between them is worth witnessing.
Thank you Emily Snow for another remarkable story!
About the Author
Emily Snow is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of the erotic romance series Devoured, which includes Devoured, All Over You, and Consumed, as well as the new adult novel Tidal. She loves books, sexy bad boys, and really loud rock music, so naturally, she writes stories about all three.